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Old 07-01-2018, 03:50 PM
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Though a decorative image I'm afraid the water droplets obscure the flowers.
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Yep. Nice shot.
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Some sort of Epidendrum species.
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Very nice. Look up Epi. radicans.
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Epidendrum. Could be E. ibaguense or E. cochlidium. Or a close relative.
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This was terrestrial. I wish I'd shaken the water off to see the flower better.
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This was terrestrial. I wish I'd shaken the water off to see the flower better.
These reed-stem types do tend to be terrestrial. Epi cochlidium has dark canes, can't tell from the photo. I'm familiar with the two species that I cited from seeing them in Ecuador, I would suspect that they also occur in Colombia, but there certainly are other related species that it could be.
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Cochlidium (see photo here) has dark pink or purple on the column. I do not see that in the field photo.
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